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An_250057 posted:
How does one go to bed with a blood sugar of 119 and wake up to one of 225....Already on Metformin and Glipizide, curiously since starting these meds, the blood sugars have gotten worse, instead of better...
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betatoo responded:
Sorry to say it, but that is probably dawn syndrome. Your system releases more glucose in early morning when it perceives you running low.

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